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Dylan Thomas reading poetry

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Edited by Richard Walker, Saturday, 9 Jan 2010, 01:41

Long ago in the 1950's Dylan Thomas was famous as a poetry and a reader of poetry, an almost Byron-like figure.

He had then a great following and has had  since a great influence.

However I never had listened to him reading, except for 'Under Milk Wood'.  So perhaps I thought the poet over-hyped.

But I found recordings the other evening on Spotify and was deeply impressed.

I can drag from Spotify into Moodle - see if it works.

Dylan Thomas – And Death Shall Have No Dominion

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